Category Archives: SINHG

SINHG Releases Fall Activity Schedule

The Seabrook Island Natural History Group (SINHG) has released its autumn schedule of SINHG Trips for members and Evening Programs for residents. Among the 38 educational and cultural trips offered for members, starting in September, are several kayaking expeditions in … Continue reading

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On the Peninsula with SINHG

SINHG members have been traveling downtown in recent weeks as part of SINHG‘s spring schedule of educational trips. A dozen members explored Wraggborough, the downtown neighborhood with the Joseph Manigault House and the Charleston Museum at its center. The neighborhood … Continue reading

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A Busy March for SINHG

SINHG members have been on the road and on the water during a busy month for the group’s signature SINHG Trips. A dozen members enjoyed a peaceful early spring kayak tour of Echaw Creek, a little known waterway within the … Continue reading

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SINHG Explores Downtown Charleston

More than thirty SINHG members joined two separate explorations earlier this month – one of downtown Charleston’s abundant dining opportunities, and another of some of the city’s lesser known alleyways and passages. A culinary tour of upper King Street visited … Continue reading

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SINHG Returns To Lake House

After moving its schedule of evening programs online for much of the past year, the Seabrook Island Natural History Group (SINHG) returned to the Live Oak Room at The Lake House this month for a presentation by botanist and herbal … Continue reading

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SINGH Spring Trips Resume

Resuming a normal schedule since pandemic restrictions first took hold, SINHG launched a full roster of educational and recreational trips for members in late February with a guided “Slavery & Freedom” tour of downtown Charleston, led by Al Ray of … Continue reading

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SINHG Program Explores Medicinal Herbs March 10

The SINHG Evening Program on March 10, 2022 at 7:00 pm will bring botanist and herbalist Amy Punsalan to the Live Oak Room at Lake House to “Connect, Thrive & Cultivate Peace With Native Herbs”. Amy Punsalan is the founder … Continue reading

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SINHG Trip Spaces Still Available

Spaces are still available for several SINHG Trips for the spring. Openings are available for: Ravenel Bridge Walk, March 8 Historic Supper Club, March 17 Charleston Brewery Day Trip, March 29 Creative Collage Class, April 7 Charleston Home & Garden … Continue reading

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SINHG Offers Virtual Evening Program

Historian and author Harlan Greene will explore “The Jews In South Carolina” on Thursday, February 10, at 7:00 pm as part of the SINHG (Seabrook Island Natural History Group) spring schedule of Evening Programs. The presentation will be offered virtually … Continue reading

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SINHG Evening Program on Jan 13 Cancelled

SINHG has announced that their evening program on Thursday, January 13 entitled “Caw Caw: Its History and Function”, has been cancelled. SINHG apologizes for the inconvenience. Plan to join SINHG for their program on February10, “The Jews Of South Carolina”, … Continue reading

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SINHG Evening Programs Return

Seabrook Island Natural History Group (SINHG) Evening Programs begin a month early this year when representatives from Charleston County Parks and Recreation explore “Caw Caw Interpretive Center: Its History and Significance” on Thursday, January 13, at 7:30 pm at The … Continue reading

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SINHG Enjoys Christmas Spirit At Boone Hall

The Christmas spirit was much in evidence as twenty members of the Seabrook Island Natural History Group (SINHG) visited Boone Hall Plantation earlier this month. During a private guided tour of the main house, beautifully decorated for the holidays, SINHG … Continue reading

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